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    Thumbs up Thanks for the memories...

    Guys,
    I'm stepping down as a Hunting Forum moderator.
    I'm looking forward to spending a bit more time with my family and also enjoying some volunteer work locally.

    I've enjoyed meeting many of you here at this wonderful forum; maybe some day we'll share a campfire and tales of a good hunt.
    All the very best in your adventures afield, both in Alaska and all of the wild places!


    Frank

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    The best to you Frank and thanks for the insight and wisdom you brought to the forum.

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    Good luck with your future endeavors Frank.
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    Default You've been great

    Thanks for everything that you have done and the time that you have put into the forum. I'm sure that everyone greatly appreciates the effort and time that you have put in to make this forum successful.

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    You've done a great job, and thanks for the good service.

    No reflection on whoever replaces you, but you'll be missed.

    Hope you can stick around even without the hat. There's still lots for you to contribute.

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    Frank,

    Thanks for contributing your time and being one of our moderators here on the outdoors directory!
    It has been a joy seeing you on the boards.
    Good on you for choosing to spend more time with your family.
    Come back and visit us if you ever have a brief moment or opportunity.

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    Frank, sorry to see you go as moderator. Not sure how Brian will handle things by his lonesome! As others have said, hope you'll stick around otherwise without the mod hat. Really appreciate all the time you've put into volunteering to keep this site going.
    Thanks and allbest,
    Mark

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    Even though we've butted heads on what should be "edited" on certain posts, I hate to see you go Frank, you've done a great job. Thanks for your time and good luck.

    Curt

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    Sorry to hear that you are stepping down Frank. Your contributions have been very worthwhile!

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    Talking good luck!

    You've definitely been a positive on this forum...contributing much to it's success, and like other's have stated, don't be a stranger. Out of curiosity, what area in Idaho do you hang your hat? Take care of yourself, ciao.
    If you like getting kicked by a mule...then you'll "love" shooting my .458.

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    Thanks for your work, Frank. Enjoy!

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    Sorry to see you go Frank, you'll certainly be missed as a mod! Like others have said I hope you'll stay around even once your finished with your mod. gig. Your local volunteering areas are definitely going to get a good guy! Thanks again for all the time and effort you put into helping run the site!



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    Thanx for your service - I think you did a good job of handling a sometimes difficult and *****ly job. Good luck with your future endeavors.

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    Default Going to miss ya

    Please dont edit my comment, Just Joking, Good luck and thanks for your time.

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    Thanks for the time you've spent keeping things in line around here Frank. You'll be missed for sure. I hope you won't be a stranger around here.

    jmg
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    We all appreciate your work and your efforts at maintaining a quality site. We will miss you; thanks. J.

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    Thanks for the kind comments, guys. You guys are the best.

    I may be hanging up the mod hat, but I'll hang around and throw my two cents in when I can.
    I've learned a ton here and hope to learn much more.

    Frank

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullkurl View Post
    Thanks for the kind comments, guys. You guys are the best.

    I may be hanging up the mod hat, but I'll hang around and throw my two cents in when I can.
    I've learned a ton here and hope to learn much more.

    Frank
    I am glad to hear that you are going to keep hanging around! I can certainly understand steping down especially if it isn't fun anymore! I have alot to learn and losing experianced sheep hunters is not something this site can aford

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